3 Great Ways to Add Myrrh to the Brr

The winter months can be brutal on our bodies and our skin. Depending on where you live, you will get a lot of snow and brisk winds. If the weather conditions are keeping you inside, there are many ways to cure the winter blues. Myrrh is one of the most popular essential oils because of its sweet aroma and because of the great benefits it has.

Save Yourself From Sickness

 Bacteria and fungus are alive and well. During the winter months, you may notice some new ailments on and in your body. Myrrh essential oil can help to fight off some of them. If you suffer from candida, bad breath, ringworm, or athlete's foot, myrrh can help. By applying a few drop, mixed with a carrier oil, you can apply myrrh directly to your feet or infected areas. You may start to see results quickly, but be patient. You may have to apply it more than once. 

Keeping Your Skin Prepared for Winter

 Winter is brutal on your skin. The wind and the cold are two major factors in chapping and cracking of the skin. There are some great ways to help your skin find some relief though. One of them is by using myrrh essential oil. One of our favorite carrier oils is coconut oil and you can add it with myrrh to get a great moisturizer for your skin. When you rub the myrrh and coconut oil blend, you will begin to feel the difference. No one likes chapped skin, but with the powers of myrrh, that will soon be behind you. 

Getting Rid of Holiday Stress and Anxiety

Winter brings us holidays. Holidays bring us family, spending, and stress. How can you help yourself to maintain stress levels? With myrrh oil, of course! After a long day of cooking and family, there is nothing better than a bath. Try adding your myrrh and coconut oil mixture to your bath. This will make you feel amazing and relaxed! Lay in your bath for as long as you can. You will soon feel so good that the holiday stress will go down the drain with all of your worries!

Don't let winter or the holidays get you down! You can help yourself in so many ways and one is with myrrh essential oil. The woodsy aroma will be a great addition to your home when you are decorating or hosting a party. Remember to always test the oil on your skin to see if you have any sensitivities to it. And this winter, remember to add some myrrh to your brr. 

 

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